Nick Crane has been kidnapped by his father’s murderer, a woman calling herself Black Widow. And just as he begins to unravel the mystery of the murder, a group of highly trained, heavily armed super assassins make a surprise attack on Widow!
I know that opinions waxed hot and cold on "Natalie" as she appeared in Iron Man 2, but this has been proving to be a strong series since it's very start. Anybody who's excited about the long-discussed prospect of a Black Widow movie will be quite satisfied by this book, as it not only gives the super-spy her own feature, it also presents a plot uniquely tailored to her oft-duplicitous character. Read Full Review
"Black Widow" may feel like it's spun the wheels when actually it's been moving along quicker than you think. A spy trick perhaps. The reveal at the end promises for a feisty conclusion next issue. It's fun to read a Marvel comic that plays like an old paperback pulp, but with more costumes involved. This three issue arc has built up quite well, and I hope it can stick the landing. It's grim spy noir and it keeps the pages turning fast enough to keep your seat warm on this roller coaster of intrigue and delights. Read Full Review
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